Microsoft to unveil redesigned Windows 10 at June 24 event
Microsoft users are going to get a glimpse of the "next generation of Windows" this month.
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Rumors about the big Windows 10 update, reportedly codenamed Sun Valley, have been floating around for the past year. When the latest May 2021 update arrived with few new features, it seemed to suggest that a larger change was on the horizon. Nadella confirmed this at Build, calling the upcoming change "one of the most significant updates of Windows of the past decade." (Check out everything we know so far about the new Windows 10 update here.)
The update is rumored to bring a redesigned Start menu, Action Center, File Explorer and Taskbar, with a more modern look and new features.